Our teaching assistants are Miss Bull and Miss Newton.
We are a Year Two Class who work incredibly hard
and always aim to achieve our best.
Our motto is:
We won’t stop until we reach the top!
Just like our mascot Jerry the giraffe.
Welcome back everyone, we hope you had a lovely half term.
Our topic this term is called From Field to Fork. During this half term we will be looking at where our food comes from, life cycles of plants and their conditions for growth and looking at artists who use food to make their artwork.
To start our topic off we looked at the ingredients used to make pancakes and spoke about where each of the ingredients comes from. Mrs Wilkins then showed us how to make pancakes.
Well done to all the children that had 100% attendance during Spring term 1
Take a look at our finished patches ready to be sewn together
Starting our sewing for our class patchwork quilt
Maths Day 13.2.20 Times Table Rockstars
Reader, Writer and Mathematician of the week 14.2.20
Reader, Writer and Mathematician of the week 17.2.20
Reader , Writer and Mathematician of the week 10.1.20
Our visit from Santa 😃
Our fantastic homework projects
Our entry in Christmas Door competition. We hope you like it😃
Reading Eggs certificates. Well done everyone for working hard with your reading.
In topic this week we learnt about fair trade and why it exists. The children acted out the roles of the farmers, factory workers, shop keepers and the C.E.O. When they were paid for their roles they realised how poorly treated the farmers were for all their hard work.
Fair trade role play
A big well done to our Reader, Writer and Mathematician of the Week! 22/11/19
Well done to our Reader and Mathematician of the week! 15/11/19
Children in Need😃
Fire Safety Day 12/11/19
Odd Socks Day 12/11/19
We had a super day at Cadbury’s World. First we walked through the Aztec Jungle, then headed to Bull Street in Birmingham where we met John Cadbury. We learnt how chocolate is made and the history of how Cadbury began. We then had a go at tempering chocolate and had fun writing our names out of chocolate! Then came our favourite part of the day, tasting the yummy chocolate! We each had melted chocolate with two toppings. Yum yum! What a tasty day!
It was fantastic to see so many wonderful homework projects about the Seaside. A huge well done!
Welcome back Orange Class!
Our new topic is called ‘Does Chocolate grow on Trees?’
Today in topic we tasted three different flavours of Mayan hot chocolate which were cinnamon, ginger and chilli. What a tasteful start to the new half term!
A huge well done to the children with 100% attendance this term. Keep it up!
We just wanted to say how proud we are of Orange Class this term. Every child has worked incredibly hard and tried their very best with everything. We hope that you have a fantastic break, stay safe and enjoy yourselves! We will see you on Wednesday 6th November and remember that our school trip to Cadbury’s World is on Thursday 7th! Happy half term!
A big thank you to the family members that attended our Open Afternoon. Orange Class had a great afternoon and enjoyed making their Punch and Judy puppets and theatres. They were fantastic!
Open Afternoon 23/10/19
On Thursday 10th October Orange Class came to school in their comfy clothes for Mindfulness Day. We had a lovely, calm and relaxing day taking part in lots of activities. Some of the activities were listening to calm music, doing yoga, making stress balls, colouring and writing positive messages about ourselves and others. It was a great day and the children have a greater awarness of techniques to help relax their minds.
Mindfulness Day 10/10/19
Well done to our Reader, Writer and Mathematician of the Week! 11/10/19
Voting for our Class Council and Eco respresentstives.
Well done to our Reader, Writer and Mathematician of the week 27/9/19
Welcome back everyone, we hope you had a fabulous summer and are now feeling nice and refreshed ready for a fun filled year in Orange Class.
We had a great first week in year 2, we learnt a poem about the seaside, went to the beach and even ate chips!
Well done to our Reader, Writer and Mathematician of the week. 13.9.19